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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1000.
Oceanic Steamship Company
r Thm,ul? Pa8BHFer Stoamera of Thin Lino Will Arrive at anc
lieavo This Port as Hereunder.
From San Franoisco:
MARIPOSA . . .........." Jin?
AUSTRALIA ................ ..Ju
MOANA . .... JulviB
AUSTRALIA .......... ....... Aug
In conncotion with the Bailing of tho above steamers, the Agents
re prepared to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through
U, . l j y any rftiIroad rom san Francisco, to all points in the
Unitod States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. $s Tojo Klsen Kaisha
....... Stcataara ol tht abova conpaniM will call at Honolulu anl Lava toll port on of about rba
....dattl balow stationed !....
For Japan and China:
Siding June j
telle June i)
Doric July 7
Nippon Mini July 17
Rlode Janelfo July 6
America Mara ..Aug to
Peking . .Aug 18
Gaelic Aug 38
Hongkong Maru Sept s
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & .
aWSteaneri of the above tine, running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tttwren Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria. C. C, Honolulu and Bilibaae
era JDCIK AT 1IONOK.I71.U on or about the datet below ttated, via t
OM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
For Brltbane and Sydney:
Aorangi June 9
warrlmoo July 7
Mlowera Aug. 4
WTbroujh ticket! luued Iron Honolulu to Cir.jJr, United States and Europe. For Freight and
Pillage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen! Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co,
First steamer to be dispatched from New
6. 6. "AMERICAN'
("on cr about
ry other moniii.
Freight received at Company's wharf, South Brooklyn, at all times by llchters
n cars. For general Intormatlon, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD.,
and THBO. II. DAV1ES & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Stearic l'o, Ltd.
S. S. Kinau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Change In Sailing
On and aftor Tuesday, Nov. fj, the
iteamer KINAU will sail fiom Hono
lulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
nakakal, Lahatna, Maalaca Bay, Klhcl,
Makcna, Kawalhao, Mahukona, Lau
panoohoo and Hllo.
Returning will Ball from Hllo on
Fridays at 2 p. m.. for above named
porta, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will bo taken
for Makona, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Fapalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will bo taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Uaalaea Bay, Kthel and Laupahoehoe
S. S. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 6 p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
uulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
pahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI. I
Sails every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalcl, Kaiaupapa, muui
na, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves tho right to
make changes In the tlmo of departuro
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not bo responsible
for any consequences arising there
Consignees must bo at the landing
to receive their freight This com
pany will not hold Itself responsible
for freight after tt has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible '
lor money or vaiuanies or. passengerai
nnleu placed In tho care of the pur-1
For San mnoisco.
AUSTRALIA i June it
AUSTRALIA July io
ALAMEDA July to
For San Francisco:
Cnlna June 5
uoric June 11
NlDDon Maru June tt
Rio de Janeiro ....Junejo
Coptic July 10
America maru juiy 17
Peking July j
Gaelic Aug 4
Hongkong Maru . ..Aug 11
China. .. Augti
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE,
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
I Warrlmoo June G
Mlowera July 4
Aorangl Aug. 1
York to Honolulu via San Francisco
August ist to be followed by a steamer
Passengers are requested to purchase
jcketa before embarking. Those fall
.ng to do so will be subject to an ad
llttonal charge of twenty-live per cent.
Tho company will not be liable for
:obb of, nor injury to, nor delay in,
'.he delivery of baggage or personal
jffecta of the passenger beyond the
amount of 1100.00, unless the value ot
che same be declared, at or before the
issue et the ticket, and freight paid
All employes ot the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to tho pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
la shipped without such receplt It will
be solely at the risk of tho shipper.
O. L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt.
"The Overland Route"
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Tban via
Any Other Route.
''The Overland Limited"
Runs Everyday In the ' Year Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Btrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers etc.
No Change of Cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A..
ENDS IN SWEOT HARMONY.
(Continued from page G.)
long as the lamp holds 011 to burn tho
vilest sinner mny return. They knew
In Honolulu todny who were con nmoro
lu politics, but when It came to voting
time should be given to the last mo
ment for receiving recruits. Ho in
stanced biblically recorded sudden con
versions as examples. They wanted all
tho Incentives possible to make work
ers energetic. In nnswer to Mr. Wil
son, ho said tho voters must be resi
dents of the prlclnct where they vote.
He moved that the registration be kept
open until the close of the polls.
Mr. Gear answered sundry objections
that had been heard to keeping tho
registration open, Instances of Improp
er reception of voters In Honolulu nt
tho recent primaries were duo to tho
inattention of officers.
Mr. McLcod held that tho Judges had
ample power to prevent nlmsea.
On the question being put to a stand
Ing vote, members against the anienil
ment sprang proxies, which wcro re
piled to by tho other side. Finally the
amendment was declared lost, 33 to 31
Mr. lloyd moved to amend by making
tho tlmo 30 days. They might Just as
well mako It that ns 0110 day."
Mr. Gcnr cnlled for tho ayes nnd
noes. He wanted to go on record.
"So do I," responded n chorus.
Geo. W. Smith moved reconsldeni'
Obnoxious Article Smashed.
Mr. Paris, on receiving nn nnswer
that tho Judges should be able to pre
vent outsiders from voting, stated that,
while be had been opposed to ninkluu;
no restriction, In tho interest or unity
and harmony ho would movo to mako
tho convention s vote uiianimoiiM in fa
vor of Mr. Humphreys' nmciii.'.nent.
C. 8. Smith seconded tho motion.
Mr. Lowric said he had been ngninst
tho amendment, yet for the sake of his
friend Curtis (Mr. Iatikea) he would
chaneg his vote.
Tho motion passed amidst applause.
Mr. Robertson moved amendments to
Article VI., Convention, which carried.
Mr. Humphreys moved the Insertion
of n now article, VII., to provide for
vacancies In tho Territorial Central
Committee, ncceplng nn amendment
offered by Mr. Gear. It provides for
any vacancy In a district delegation
being filled by members 01 the district
In which the vacancy occurred. Passed.
XIr. Robertson moved to amend Artl-
clo VIII., Amendments, so that such
can bo mado at any regular meeting
by n two-thirds voto of those present.
Mr. Robertson moved to ndopt tho
rcot of i.io rules, containing order of
On motion of Messrs. Gear and G. W.
Smith, tho report wns referred to tho
Territorial Central Committee, with
power to correct any discrepancies or
inconsistencies In the spirit In which
thi report has been ndopted. Cnrrlcd.
Resolve for Statehood.
Mr. Humphreys moved tho resolution
on Statehood eslewhero printed.
Mr. White oposed tho resolution ns
premature. It seemed to liim a good
deal of cheek to ask for Statehood le
foro Hawaii was fairly launched ns a
Mr. McLcod If wo never ask for it
wo will never get It.
Mr. Lowrlo said it was check, but we
waited a long time to be admitted ns n
Territory. Let us be prepared, by do
ing our best ns a Territory for a few
years, for Statehood when wc can get
Mr. Gear thought the resolution .1
Mr. Hookano eloquently advocated in
Htructlng the delegates to work for the
renomlnntion of William McKlnley.
The resoliu on passed.
Territorial Central Committee.
Mr. White moved, nnd It passed, that
a rectus be taken for flvo minutes to
permit of delegation cnuctiscu over
nominations for tho Territorial Cen
Chairman Knulukou after recess nu
noiiixcd tho nominations handed him
by tho various delegations. They nre
Mr. RobcrtMin moved that tho names
read bo members of the Territorial
Central Committee. Seconded nnd
Mr. McCann moved that tho rcnoit
of tho committee on rules, etc., na
am i.dcd bo printed nnd ton copies
furnished each member of this conven
tion Seconded and carried.
HU lMcKlnlcy Resolution.
Mr. Hookano moved that tho dele
gated to tho National Republican Con
vention bo instructed to voto for tho
rcnominutlon of President William
Cnrrlcd unanimously with loud ap
Thanks to Chairman.
Mr. Whito moved tho thanks of tho
convention to .1. L. Knulukou, Its tem
porary and pennnnent chairman, for
the nblo manner In which ho has pre
sided over Its deliberations. Passed
Resolution of Purgation.
Mr. McLcod moved In cITcct that tho
Central Commltteo tnko steps to In
vestigate tho allegation of cortnln ob
noxious expressions by n certain per
son to Mr. Humphreys, and if tho al
legation 'were round correct tako step3
to repudiate tno offender's connection
with tho Republican party.
Mr. Lowrlo, with a facetious refer
ence to what might bo expected from
ono lawyer to another, expressed tho
opinion that the matter wns not worthv
Mr. McLcod It will bo used in cam-
Mr. Humphreys had refrained from
mentioning tho nnmo of n gentleman
wno was not n member of tho conven
tion. Ho thought the matter might be
allowed to rest.
Mr. Inukca wanted members to over
look nny indiscretion lie might have
committed while presenting tho mat
ter In question as n matter of duty.
Tho subject here dropped,
Mr. Aiken hoped there would be
nothing heard outside tho convention
ot boasting of advantages pained by
ono section or another. Something
llko this he had heard a noon. Let
them go forth ns one man. In this
spirit he would return to Maul. (Ap
plause.) Mr. Wilson advocated giving Hawa
llnns printed Information on Hawa
ir. Knulukou, In thanking the con
vention for its courtesy and npprccln
tlon, expressed tho hope that .none but
Republicans would bo elected to tho
first Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii. Mr. Lowrlo said ho had voted
against the Statehood resolution, but
now moved to mako the vote hy which
It passed unanimous. Carried.
Mr. Lovcland of Maul made a few
remarks about the conversion of the
few Democrats In tno Islands.
Grand Love Feast.
Votes of thanks were moved nnd
passed ns follows:
Mr. Gear To secretary and sergennt
Mr. Hookano To tho reporters.
Hon. Samuel Parker thanked tho
convention for tho honor of electing
him ns a delegate to tho National Con
vention. It would give him great pleas
tiro to go at his own expense. Nothing
would pleaso him more than to work
for the renomlnntion of William Mc
Hon. A. N. Kepolknl, another of the
National delegates, mado nn eloquent
speech or thanks. Tho Hawallans
would remember tho convention with
gratitude for having elected their two
fellow countrymen, Mr. Parker and
himself, to the convention. In Mr. Par
ker s hands lie felt ho would bo safe.
C. M. Whl to by request spoko on be
half of D. r. Dillingham, nnd W. C.
Achl, on behalf ot W. R. Castle, tho
two other dolcgatcs.
C. D. Wilson thanked tho convention
for tho honor of placing him nt the
head of the list us nn altcrunto for
Mr. Locbcnstcin delivered a farewell
address to his fellow delegates.
Mr. Inuken, with n few remarks,
moved the convention adjourn sine die.
Mr. Hookano thought somebody
should say a word for Henry Wnter
house, a delegate to tho Natlonnl Con
vention, nnd said It himself.
Mr. mcLcod proposed threo cheers
for William McKlnley. which were clv-
en with a will.
Adjourned nt 12.20 a. m.
Fish chowder for luncheon every
Sunday at WalkikI Inn. A two-ioom
cottage with private toilet and shower
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WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n IroD Fence and Monumental Co.
641 KIne Stroot,
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January l,': lfiPO.
at. Sun. t.ally .1. Sun.
Honolulu .... r.to
Paarl City.... 8.03
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........... V.-.W D.
K. C. Smith, Oen'l Pjwh. a Tickot
O V. Dbnison, HiiiwrlntntiiUul.
A Prnnnrtafl in fill nt
ders until 4 p. m.
nUDiriLi Saturdays. . . .
Tbe MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street.
Depot Onico, Sherlilun street, near
TEL. NO. WHITE 211.
Town Olllcv, Fort ntreet, oppoulto
TEL. NO. GO!).
No i Uuttek 1"or Sale.
Delivered twice dally to any part of
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
ZE3 3ST O-X ZfcT IE E3 ZE3 S
Boilermakers : : and : : Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Compaijf
R1SD0N lBOtf WOEKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
tiih Duty Pumping Machinery
Heine Boilers, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Engines, OceCiar
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block.
PORT AND BERETANIA STREETS, - - HONOLULU. B. U
"W T77 TZEBIGKE-I'I?
Painting, Blacksniitliing, Trimming.
Pliaotonp, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
H HKiII.CL4.SS WORK.
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Pi unes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, etc. Roquefort Cheese-
Teleplionel680. Fort street Orpheum Bfocfu
Do fan know thai tbe
GREEN RIl'ER IV HIS KEY
is tbe official uiu'skv
of the United Stales Nayyjjospitals ?
For Sandwiches and Luncheon.
Slice thin, Scrvelcolri, KicollontlforJSandwlchea and Luncheon, Konavloky
f alaphone 119. 212 King ntreot. next to the Atllncrm.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zillior,
aWDuring my absence atOmr-'Ja
Mr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
will hae charge of my pupils.
3P a cl 1 Bgi 3T,
16 Beretanla Street,
Will rerelve a limited number of pupils.
urcnestra lurnisnea lor parties ana Dans.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TUItNEIt
Vocal Studio, "Mlguon," 720 BereUnl
itreot Tel. 1114. 1171
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ''Vitar, Mandolin, Zithe
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nloholt
Oo.,a.nd at lergatrom Mtulo Co. 'a, 126i
& Co.. Ltd
-SOLE AGENTS. 2
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 31
NOW Is tho tlmo to get leaks v
broakagos coon to, and your
Roofs Put In Ortfffi
By competent woiterrM-
Fop the Plumbing)
Ou that now houao that yon am
about to build or tho altoratiotfi
yon are intending to make oc
your property. Call and boo ek
and got an estiranto.
JAS, NOTT. Jr.
Practical Tinsmith and Plamfec
Shop: Borotanla stroct, i eJootuea
of Pnnohlwwl. P'mno HU.
Hour 7 a, in. to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptjyattendatt fa.
Klngatroet, no. Railroad DajpaJ,
Plumber and Tmsmjjr
All work prompt)? and